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The Grand Rapids-based Rental Property Owners Association, or RPOA, will host the annual Michigan Landlord and Real Estate Investor Conference and Expo from Feb. 22-24 at DeVos Place in Grand Rapids. The conference will feature eight national speakers and ...

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The Grand Rapids-based Rental Property Owners Association, or RPOA, will host the annual Michigan Landlord & Real Estate Investor Conference & Expo from Feb22-24 at DeVos Place in Grand Rapids. The conference will feature eight national speakers and several breakout sessions covering wealth-building strategies and techniques. Fifty exhibitors will be on hand for the event, and RPOA expects to attract 1,000 attendees. Guest speakers will cover a range of topics: buy and hold; wholesaling; flipping; rehabbing; landlord-ing; Airbnb; multi-family; investing with little or no cash; buying notes; self-directed individual retirement account investing; and more. This event is free to attend, but attendees must register online. RPOA The Rental Property Owners Association was founded in 1968. 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